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Resources, tips and tools to build a stronger Texas workforce.
Find education opportunities, occupational or vocational training, and other resources to help you develop your skills. Contact your Workforce Solutions office for help.
Find specific programs of study and related occupations that match your interests. Search for schools using several criteria, such as location and estimated cost, create a graduation plan, and more.
Search for training providers and programs in your area that have been approved by TWC for Workforce Investment Act (WIA) training, using the WIA Eligible Training Provider system
Select a Texas school, plan for costs, fill out school applications, and apply for financial aid.
Find training and certifications for specific occupations or skills through community colleges or career schools and colleges.
Find your closest Workforce Solutions Office for assistance with job training programs, including on-the-job and customized training, program eligibility and career development.
Get paid while learning a skilled trade or craft and become a certified journey worker. Apprenticeship training prepares you for well-paying jobs with promising futures.
Locate community or technical colleges or universities that offer education and workforce training programs related to a particular occupation or field of study. The State Training Inventory is a compilation of Texas education and training providers, their programs, contact information, labor market information, and enrollment and graduation data.
More training resources, programs and schools.
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